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Renaud Denoix de Saint Marc (born September 24, 1938 in Boulogne-Billancourt, Hauts-de-Seine) is a French lawyer.

From April 23, 1995, he served as head (vice-president[1]) of the French Council of State as vice-president up to his retirement on September 25, 2006.[2] On February 22, 2007, he was appointed member of the Constitutional Council of France by president of the Senate Christian Poncelet.[3]

He was educated at Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) then at the √Čcole Nationale d'Administration. He entered the Council of State in 1964.

Renaud Denoix de Saint Marc was elected on November 29, 2004, into the French Academy of Moral and Political Sciences, in the general section.[4]

References

  1. ^ The head of the Council of State is its vice-president. The nominal president is the Prime Minister, but this is an honorific function.
  2. ^ Decree of the President of the Republic of September 14, 2006, admitting Renaud Denoix de Saint Marc into retirement.
  3. ^ L'Express.fr, February 23, 2007; Decision of February 22, 2007 of the president of the Senate.
  4. ^ Entry of the site of the academy; Decree of the President of the Republic approving the appointment to the Academy.


Current members of the Constitutional Council of France Constitutional Council
President of the Council

Jean-Louis Debré

Members

Valéry Giscard d'Estaing | Jacques Chirac | Olivier Dutheillet de Lamothe
Dominique Schnapper | Pierre Joxe | Pierre Steinmetz | Jacqueline de Guillenchmidt
Jean-Louis Pezant | Renaud Denoix de Saint Marc | Guy Canivet


* as of 2007

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